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happened on tuesday night? gop strategist mary matalin, and david fromm, author of "why romney lost and what the gop can do about it." president obama and speaker boehner have said a lot of right things talking about compromise and cooperation, but on taxes, it seems the gap between the two sides is as big as ever, doesn't it? did the election not change anything? >> the election changed a lot. the election changed the underlying power dynamic between the two parties. you know that great line of al capone's, you can get more with a kind word and a gun than you can get with a kind word alone? the president now has a gun in his hand. the bush tax cuts expire and that makes the republicans sweat. it's a consequence of losing elections, and it's going to be a very uncomfortable month for the two parties. >> mary, what i don't understand, i hear from a lot of republicans, well, the president doesn't have a mandate on this, but both republicans and democrats for a month now have been saying, look, the choice was very clear between these two men. they couldn't be more different. people hav
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and republican strategist, mary matalin and cornel belcher, democratic strategist and pollster with the obama 2012 campaign. mary, what do you make of the details of this opening bid from the white house? republicans have already dismissed it but does it give us any clues at all about what an eventual deal might look like? >> it's reported that mitch mcconnell, senate minority leader, burst out laughing when he heard it. it's not even worthy of a laugh. it's really sad, it's pathetic. we went from a reasonable theoretical $3 in cuts for $1 in revenue which was basically the simpson-bowles, and are now at $4 of real and immediate tax increases plus new spending for in the future unspecified, uncertain cuts to we don't know what. how could anyone take that seriously? i don't even -- i thought we were doing a kabuki dance. this is not a kabuki dance. i don't even know what this is. it's worse than laughable. it's embarrassing. this president won this election, he's supposed to be leading, and he's doing anything but. it's really sad, wolf. it's really sad. >> let me bring cornel into this conver
contributors and republican strategist, mary matalin and charles blow. you have been tweeting extensively on this. you said you were livid at governor romney, that the comments were offensive. you said he needs to take a look in the mirror. what do you mean? >> i think he needs to figure out what were his own flaws. what were the deficiencies with his campaign. i get it, okay, he was talking to 300 of is this top donors, pe who raised almost $1 billion and he needs to explain why he lost and it's easier to blame somebody else than to look in the mirror and blame yourself for your shortfalls but i think it's mitt romney who has to figure out why did he get 27% with the hispanic vote. mary worked for george w. bush white house. george w. bush got 44% of the hispanic vote. it wasn't because he was giving away gifts or freebies and it's just the wrong message to say that hispanics, blacks, young people, are nothing but takers and that that's why they voted for barack obama. i find it terribly offensive. >> mary, when i heard this i was reminded of the 47% hidden camera tape of mitt romney. i
a lot of people on that. mary matalin, van jones. that conversation, obviously, only just beginning. suzanne? >> thanks, wolf. >>> here's what we're working on. four more years of president obama, but how does he move forward with gridlock now in congress? >> i believe we can seize this future together because we are not as divided as our politics suggest. >> he continues to talk the talk. is he going to really walk the walk? plus his name was on the ballot in 48 states. libertarian gary johnson on how democrats and republicans can find common ground. >>> and almost 2 million people were without power in the northeast after being hit by hurricane sandy. now another nor'easter is heading their way. oh no, not a migraine now. try this... bayer? this isn't just a headache. trust me, this is new bayer migraine. [ male announcer ] it's the power of aspirin plus more in a triple action formula to relieve your tough migraines. new bayer migraine formula. i just finished a bowl of your new light chicken pot pie soup and it's so rich and creamy... is it really 100 calories? let me put you on
's a democrat and he's a republican? james carville and mary matalin, they make it work, so why can't anybody else? well, joining me to discuss the new era of bipartisan dating is barbie adler, president of selective search. is it possible to find love across party lines or is there no possibility of compromise? >> it really depends on how politically active you are. for some they will not cross the party line and for others you can agree to disagree but it really comes down to your core values and beliefs. for some you are preconditioned in terms of your belief system and it would be a deal breaker and there would be no way to consider going red or going blue. >> everybody says, well, opposites attract, but every now and then opposites gets on each other's nerves and drive each other apart, right? >> opposites attract for the short term but long-term compatibility the more you have in common with your mate the more chances that you'll have a long lasting, happy relationship and marriage. >> you are a very selective matchmaker. this past election was fierce. what kind of political requests we
strategist mary matalin. mary, you want to quickly respond. how do so many of these republican pundits get it so wrong? >> well, it wasn't just republicans. two of the gold standards of polling, gallup and "the wall street journal," i think the last "the wall street journal" had in the margin of error and gallup had it up a lot. we have to look back at that. but we also did not understand and we have to fix this. and this is pretty obvious. i don't have to state the obvious. they got their vote out. we didn't get our vote out. he didn't get as many -- romney did not get as many conservatives out as john mccain did. so that's a problem. i wouldn't read more than that into it. and all -- this is all the chattering classes. i never talked to one voter out there who said how should the polls be weighted or anything like that. but we're right. no president's ever won in this kind of economy with this level of unemployment, with this nonrecovery, this much debt, there's just a lot of fundamentals that seemed irrational that this incumbent other than being an incumbent would -- could succeed. >>
, mary matalin. now, you all have seen this kind of thing play out before. presidents generally don't send their top people in a situation like this unless they think they're going to get something positive out of it. do you think this is sort of a sign just the secretary being there that it's pretty close to resolution? or do you think she still has to close the deal? mary? >> no, we haven't seen anything like this before because the mideast is unraveling at a dangerous pace with the rise of the muslim brotherhood in egypt. noticed in their press conference they both mentioned egypt, the secretary of state's going to egypt and tunisia and libya and elsewhere. so it's a completely different foreign policy terrain. but what we have seen is the inability of any administration through decades and decades be able to get peace when one side is declared that only the elimination -- the complete elimination of israel is the only thing that will bring peace. i'm admiring that she's going. it's a serious problem for the united states. but i don't think sending her means they have a deal. >>
now democratic strategist james carville and republican strategist mary matalin. they're both cnn contributors. thanks very much for coming in. as you know the u.s. ambassador to the u.n. susan rice met with her top republican critics on capitol hill today. listen to what senators said after the meeting. >> we are significantly troubled by many of the answers that we got and some that we didn't get. >> i want to say that i'm more troubled today knowing having met with the acting director of the cia and ambassador rice. >> bottom line i'm more disturbed now. >> more disturbed now. more troubled now. mary, are they giving the u.s. ambassador a fair shot? there's all the indications we're getting the president maybe wants to name her the next secretary of state. >> well, whether she was misleading purposefully or unwittingly, we come to the same end. there's never been an incompetence of that magnitude at that level. there was open source intelligence. i don't know anybody, neither do you, wolf, in all the administrations i've worked in or you've covered where you get talking points
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